I am a qualified reward based dog trainer offering highly recommended classes in Bramfield (near Hertford) and Harlow.  I also offer extremely popular in-home training across West Essex and East Hertfordshire.

Bramfield (Near Hertford) Dog Training

Happiest Hounds Dog Training offers classes in the beautiful, picturesque village of Bramfield, near Hertford.

Due to COVID, all classes are held outdoors in the large tennis courts at Bramfield.

UPDATE MARCH 2021: I am currently not taking on any more class attendees.

Bramfield classes are held at Bramfield Village Tennis Courts, Bury Lane, Bramfield, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG14 2QL.  The tennis court is behind the hall on the large field.

Follow-on Dog Training Classes are held here each Wednesday morning at 10:45 am.

Advanced Adult Dog Training Classes are held here at 11:55 am on Wednesdays.

Intermediate Dog Training Classes are held here at 1 pm on Wednesdays.

Talking Dogs Scentwork workshops are held here at specific dates throughout the year.

The beauty of the classes held at Bramfield is that you can start anytime that there is a space.  No need to wait for a specific intake date!  Start at your convenience when a space is available.

Meet Lou Bater

Lou Bater, BSc (hons), APDT, UK (01275), ABTC Registered is an experienced reward based dog trainer and has enjoyed competing in an array of dog sports including Agility, Flyball and Canicross with her own dogs

“Saturday mornings are the most exciting in our household, Joe and Ted cannot contain their enthusiasm.
Joe is a very young 8year old who is getting a real boost from reinforcing some things he learnt several years ago, especially as treats are involved. I have noticed that at home his interest in playing and focusing on me has developed and he is really enjoying life. His new tricks are also being shown off on his PAT dogs visits.
Ted is a very mischievous young dog, we are finding the reward approach really suits him, also because of the variety on the course he is never bored or restless waiting for his turn which often happens at the more traditional dog training classes. He is also more focused at his agility class.”

— Janet, Keith, and Joe and Ted —